Hilary Duff marries hockey player Mike Comrie

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  Actress and singer Hilary Duff and hockey player Mike Comrie pose in the press room at the Teen Choice 2010 Awards in Los Angeles August 8, 2010. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

  U.S. pop star and actress Hilary Duff and her Canadian hockey player boyfriend Mike Comrie get married on Saturday, according to media reports.

  The couple tied the knot at 20-minute ceremony at a 29 million U.S. dollar estate near the San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito, California, where Hilary's actress sister, Haylie Duff, served as maid of honor.

  The Edmonton Oiler asked Hilary’s hand in marriage back in February while the couple were seen vacationing in beautiful Hawaii.

  Comrie is a professional ice hockey player who took up with Duff in 2007. This is the first marriage for both.

  Source: Xinhuanet/Agencies

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